Give yourself control of when and how you reset your database during a test, and enjoy being able to use the best data for every test, every time. With Testbench’s Data Reset module, it really is that simple.
TestBench enables you to create checkpoints that you can restore your data from, and removes the need to consult database administrators to roll back data – so you can get on with testing faster.
Set as many checkpoints in your data as you need, so you can reset your data to specific states.
Reset data even if it’s contained across multiple libraries.
Control TestBench Data Reset from the System i navigator or other software running on IBM i for additional convenience.
You can include or exclude any files in your reset, including work files.
TestBench uses IBM i’s journaling feature to rollback data, meaning any changes can be recovered if needed.
Data Reset can handle commands not supported by journaling such as CLRPFM.
TestBench is your first port of call if you need to test anything based on IBM i.
TestBench has powerful capabilities, from vertical data masking to full data reset. But it’s also been designed to be simple and intuitive for users, so you can get on with your job.
TestBench works seamlessly with our automated, code-free testing tool, TestDrive, so you can automate as much testing as possible to further speed up the job.
TestBench can fit snugly into your DevOps workflows, interfacing directly with your existing tools so you can bring testing rigor to your development workflows.